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I got problem with taking off 2015 glove box

Hello

I'm the owner of 2015 sedan.

I was trying to change my in-cabin filter, so I tried to remove the glove box.

But the 2015 model has "un-screwdriver-able" space bottom of glove box.

I watched every videos or articles but there's no model like this and they were easy to take out.

Does anyone have experience like I have? Please let me have the solution.

I'm spending 5 hours for these 2 little screws.
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Ill try mine in a little and let you know
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Ok, so no need to take the glove box out. Just stick your head under thr passenger side dash near the center console and youll see a long skinny cover, thats where the filter is. Mine doesn't have a filter in it haha. (Its the one with the blue mark on it)
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Thanks, D3R3K.
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Ok, so no need to take the glove box out. Just stick your head under thr passenger side dash near the center console and youll see a long skinny cover, thats where the filter is. Mine doesn't have a filter in it haha. (Its the one with the blue mark on it)
I cant upload the pic
Yeah, that's the one I found, the one without plastic cover. I already chaged that one.

But what I found from my owner's manual is with plastic cover on side of it. And that's the one I found on YouTube, too. The problem is it's hiding under the glove box.
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One the glove box, push down on the 2 plastic curved bars that hold the door. You will be able to fold the door all the way to the floor and remove it. Then you gain access to the 2 bottom screws

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One the glove box, push down on the 2 plastic curved bars that hold the door. You will be able to fold the door all the way to the floor and remove it. Then you gain access to the 2 bottom screws

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Thank you so much, TNAudio.
I'll try it tomorrow!!
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One the glove box, push down on the 2 plastic curved bars that hold the door. You will be able to fold the door all the way to the floor and remove it. Then you gain access to the 2 bottom screws

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When attempting to do this, I got the 2 support arms to release, however the one closest to the passenger door seems to have a cable attached to it preventing it from pulling out any farther to allow the door to drop all the way to access the bottom screws. How do I remove this cable?
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Hello

I'm the owner of 2015 sedan.

I was trying to change my in-cabin filter, so I tried to remove the glove box.

But the 2015 model has "un-screwdriver-able" space bottom of glove box.

I watched every videos or articles but there's no model like this and they were easy to take out.

Does anyone have experience like I have? Please let me have the solution.

I'm spending 5 hours for these 2 little screws.
Did mine without taking out the glovebox apart......just make sure you have the right filter:
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